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- Retired Navy captain helps son, other veterans with mental illness. When Connie Walker retired from the Navy after 23 years, she planned to go to law school. But her son, Michael Segich, had just returned from serving with the Army during the Iraq War in 2003.
- Live Oak veterans recognized for military service. Live Oak residents Carlton Peppers, Ruth Taub and Mead Worley were recently recognized for their military service by Haven Veteran Volunteers.
- ‘Moral Injury’ and Our Veterans. In “For Veterans, a Path to Healing ‘Moral Injury’ ” (The Stone, Sunday Review, Dec. 10), Aaron Pratt Shepherd creates a false dichotomy between forgiveness and recompense.
- Help for heroes: Veterans in need find shelter, essentials from Decatur organization. James Somers lived in a tent for a while. Then he moved to The Salvation Army shelter. A retired roofer, Somers said he can’t do that kind of work anymore, but as a Marine veteran who served from 1982 to 1989, he discovered he could get a hand up from Help 4 Heroes.
- Church members lay wreaths on the graves of veterans at Hopewell Cemetery. Church members gathered and shared the mission to Remember-Honor-Teach by laying Wreaths on the graves of more than 300 veterans in the Hopewell Cemetery.